Hotel Exel

Address: Alte Zeile 14, Amstetten, Lower Austria, 3300, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Alte Zeile 14, Amstetten.
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    Travel Blogs from Amstetten

    18-22 June Germany and Austria

    A travel blog entry by debclarke on Jun 22, 2015

    5 comments, 17 photos

    ... a meek and modest life. They own masses of land around the abbey and lease some out for forestry. My girl is sitting up beside me now having a nap as she's been walking a bit to counter the effects of 3 meals a day! We do nothing but eat on this boat. We're off down the Danube now to Duernstein. Probably more spires, churches and cobbled laneways and hopefully good shopping!!! Sending you lots of love. Let us know how you're going. Love and hugs ...

    Melk, Durnstein Austria

    A travel blog entry by dgregory on Jun 20, 2015

    2 photos

    Bit of a sleep in this morning, no tour until 10am which was to the Abbey at Melk. Melk has a population of approx 5000 and the Abbey was built on the hill overlooking the town.the site was originally a castle and some of the stones were used in the abbey's construction. The temp is only supposed to be about 15C. The sky looked to be clearing, but came over cloudy and windy just before we left for the abbey. The abbey was enormous and still functions as an abbey, with ...

    Melk to Nurnstein

    A travel blog entry by cmdickson on Aug 23, 2013

    6 photos

    We awoke in Melk. There was to be an early visit to the Benedictine Abbey which was quite amazing. The Abbey was a gift to the Benedictine monks from the Bambergs. As such it has been self supporting with no financial support from Rome. The original Abbey was built in 1300 but it was substantially enlarged to what it is today when the Bambergs gave their patronage in the 1700s so the style is Baroque. The chapel is all gold and gilt ...

    The Abbey on the Hill

    A travel blog entry by kbarnes on Apr 02, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... would need to be able to read 15 different languages.
    As I was taking a picture of one of the chandeliers, I noticed blue lines on my camera screen. Apparently the artifacts in the Abbey are very valuable and the blue lines indicate a security system. Kind of makes you feel like you're starring in The Da Vinci Code.
    Lunch was a "Taste of Austria" and now we're cruising down the Danube in the Wachau Valley. The Wachau stretch is "possibly the loveliest along the entire ...

    Danube cycle path. Linz to Grein

    A travel blog entry by cytravel on Sep 22, 2011

    1 comment, 8 photos

    Fog had settled on Linz and we were on no hurry to leave. It was cold and damp. We rode through the back alleys exploring the city, and back to the beautiful square. We lingered for a bit before heading over the bridge. We thought we were headed to the train station to cut off a few kilometers by going to Enns, but it turned out to be the local station, not the one for regional trains, so we hit the bike trail instead.

    The ride out of town goes along ...